Released On: June 06, 2014
Currently, Boise River flows are approximately 650 cubic feet per second at the Glenwood Bridge gauging station. On Monday, flows will increase about 300 cfs and Tuesday flows will increase an additional 400 cfs.
The discharge increases will result in flows of approximately 1350 cfs through the city of Boise Tuesday. The river will be running faster than in recent weeks and water temperatures are still rather cold. Please use caution when recreating near the river.
Flows will remain at these higher levels through mid-July and then return to normal mid-summer irrigation levels of about 700 cfs.
For real-time Boise River flow information, visit Reclamation's Pacific Northwest Region Hydromet website: http://www.usbr.gov/pn/hydromet/.
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